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The comedy panel show that gets ahead of itself by running out in front of the news cycle. As the world goes off script it is time for a show that takes a long, hard and hilarious look at “what happens next”.
I'm a Celebrity... Extra Camp
Scarlett Moffatt, Joel Dommett, Joe Swash and a panel of guests take a lighthearted look at the latest happenings from the jungle camp.
Rewind with Samina Peerzada
Each episode features a Pakistani celebrity interviewed by Peerzada about their journeys, struggles, challenges and success.
The Real Football Fan Show
The football fan revolution hits TV, as supporters get to air their views
Meet the Press
Meet the Press is an Australian Sunday morning talk show focused on the national political agenda, as well as other news, sport, and lifestyle issues since its 2013 relaunch.
Sex Matters is a Canadian talk show that broadcasts on CP24 exploring many issues about human sexuality. The program is hosted by CP24's Cynthia Loyst. Live broadcasts of the program airs Thursday and Friday nights at 10:30 pm on CP24. CP24 also rebroadcasts the program every Saturday and Sunday nights at 10:30 pm. Star! also airs the program every Saturday and Sunday nights at 11:30 pm. The program first aired on February 11, 2010 on CP24.
Face to Face
Face to Face was a Sunday morning political talk program on the Seven Network. It ran from 19 November 1995 and in 1999 became a segment of Sunday Sunrise. Face to Face started in November 1995 as a small-budget national political interview show, which featured an interview with a guest about the week's most important national issue. It aired late Sunday night and was originally hosted by Neil Mercer. In October 1996, the show moved to Sunday mornings and began screening live at 8.30 am, up against Network Ten's Meet the Press and the second half of Nine Network's Business Sunday. Guests were interviewed live in the studio, instead of pre-recording. In 1997, Stan Grant became the host until mid year when Chris Bath took over. In 1998, Bath moved to Witness and Glenn Milne took over. In 1999 it became a segment of Sunday Sunrise and ceased to be a stand-alone programme. During that year the segments changed from being live with Glenn Milne to being a Friday night pre-record by Stan Grant.
Kathy's So Called Reality
Kathy's So-Called Reality is a television clip show that aired in 2001, hosted by comedian and former Suddenly Susan star Kathy Griffin. The show was "part monologue, part round-table", featuring Griffin discussing clips from a variety of reality TV shows the week prior with a panel of family and friends. According to Griffin, the reality shows, even the "scandal-plagued" Temptation Island, "amazingly" contributed clips to be mocked. The show premiered on MTV February 4, 2001, and ended on April 1, 2001 after only six episodes; MTV did not renew the show, due to low ratings. USA Today columnist Whitney Matheson wrote that the show "seemed to be struggling for content," and "all the good jokes are taken by the time Kathy's weekly rant sees airtime."
People Are Talking
"People Are Talking" is a show that airs locally on CBS affiliate WJZ-TV in Baltimore, Maryland. The show began in August 1978 with Oprah Winfrey and Richard Sher as the original co-hosts. Oprah was co-host from 1978 to 1983, and Richard co-hosted for several years beyond that.
Tomorrow is an American late-night television talk show hosted by Tom Snyder. The show aired on NBC from 1973 to 1982 and featured many prominent guests, including Paul McCartney, "Weird Al" Yankovic, Ayn Rand, John Lennon, Jerry Garcia, the Grateful Dead, Ken Kesey, Charles Manson, The Clash, Johnny Rotten, Ramones, and U2. Los Angeles news anchor Kelly Lange, a good friend of Snyder, was the regular substitute guest host.
Nashville Now is an American talk show that focused on country music performers in the style of The Tonight Show. The show aired live on weeknights on TNN from 1983-1993. The host was Nashville TV/radio personality Ralph Emery. The show won several Emmy awards during its run. A frequent guest and substitute host was Shotgun Red, a puppet performed by bandleader Steve Hall. It originated from TNN's studio at Opryland USA in Nashville, which, from 1998 to 2010, was the only remaining standing structure from the Opryland Themepark. It was demolished after suffering heavy damage in the 2010 Tennessee floods. Reruns of Nashville Now were added to the relaunched Nashville Network on November 1, 2012.
The Mo'Nique Show
The Mo'Nique Show is an American talk show hosted by comedian actress Mo'Nique. Aired on BET, the series began October 5, 2009. The show's second and final season premiered on Monday, October 4, 2010. On July 18, 2011, BET cancelled the show after two seasons on air.
Formula E: Street Racers
Welcome to Street Racers, the Formula E magazine show presented by Sian Welby.
Me Time With Frangela
Frances Callier and Angela V. Shelton headline this interactive 30-minute talk show exploring and debating the headlines, topics and characters of the day. Also with expert interviews and video chats with guests and viewers.
The Wil Wheaton Project
Each week, Wil provides his insider point-of-view, sense of humor and expertise as he dissects the week’s most popular and trending topics across sci-fi film, television and pop culture, as well as video games, viral videos and news. Wil is on his feet for the rapid-fire half hour, delivering sharp, straight-to-camera commentary as he riffs his way through content clips. The result is a fun appreciation for all things nerdy/geeky.
The show that lifts the lid on advertising, spin and marketing. Join host Wil Anderson, stalwarts Todd Sampson and Russel Howcroft and other advertising industry experts as they unpick the ways we're all bought and sold.
Third Rail with OZY
Each week, expert and celebrity guests debate a provocative topic, incorporating audience input and exclusive national polls. Presenting new voices and valuable dialogue for the digital age.
Viewers are invited to exercise with various celebrities known to love exercising. These celebrities motivate the audience, utilizing their know-how to manage not only the bodies of the participants, but also their mental health.
The Jenny McCarthy Show
The Jenny McCarthy Show is an American pop culture-based talk show on VH1. The series is hosted by Jenny McCarthy and premiered on February 8, 2013 at 10:30 PM ET/PT. VH1 has added an additional seven episodes to the series' original eight-episode first season. Due to McCarthy joining The View, it is unknown if The Jenny McCarthy Show will return.
Little Big Shots
Australian version of the comedy-variety show where children take to the stage to showcase their passion and blow you away with their talent.
Norm Macdonald Live
Norm Macdonald Live is a weekly podcast hosted by Norm Macdonald an co-host Adam Eget. The show features interviews with comedians, actors, and other members of the entertainment community.
British version of the game show where unsuspecting members of the public hail a cab and find they're playing for thousands of pounds - if they can keep answering questions correctly before they reach their destination. If they don't, they may just be walking the rest of the way.
Days of Revolt
A platform to dissidents and rebels, both within the United States and abroad, who offer critiques of power not heard within mainstream society or permitted by the corporate press. Host Chris Hedges and his guests lay bare the mechanisms that uphold systems of power, including the role of the military and the internal security apparatus, as well as the elaborate forms of propaganda and corporate-controlled media.
The lads and lasses of Achievement Hunter congregate each week to discuss the important questions in life. Plus drink beer.
I'll Get This
Five celebrities meet at a restaurant for a fancy meal. The catch is they have to play games between courses and the loser will have to pay for everyone's dinner.
Leeza is an NBC and syndicated daytime television talk show. It premiered on June 14, 1993 as John & Leeza from Hollywood, hosted by John Tesh and Leeza Gibbons. Tesh left the show after seven months, and on January 17, 1994, the program was retitled Leeza, and Gibbons became the sole host remaining in that capacity throughout the remainder of its run. The show ran on NBC between 1993 and 1999, showing on other stations in markets where the local NBC affiliate pre-empted it in favor of other programming, and then aired as a syndicated program from 1999-2000. It was taped at Paramount Studios on Melrose Avenue in Hollywood, California, and was produced by Gibbons' production company and Paramount Television. Gibbons was also a hands-on executive producer in addition to host of the show, involved in every aspect from selecting show topics to finding guests. Each week, Gibbons worked with her team to track stories and to bring the audience new, in-depth and real perspective on the issues of the time. Recurring topics discussed on the show include: the Columbine High School massacre, the Oklahoma City bombing, JonBenét Ramsey's murder, the O. J. Simpson murder case, Matthew Shepard's murder, the Northridge earthquake, and actor David Strickland's suicide, among others.
The Pat Sajak Show
The Pat Sajak Show is an American late-night television talk show which aired on CBS from January 9, 1989 to April 13, 1990.